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Check out these seven ways exercise can lead to a happier, healthier you. 1. Exercise controls weight. Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss.

When you engage in physical activity, you 2. Exercise combats health conditions and diseases. 3. Exercise improves. The Top 10 Benefits of Regular Exercise. 1. It Can Make You Feel Happier.

Exercise has been shown to improve your mood and decrease feelings of depression, anxiety and stress ( 2 ). 2. It Can Help With Weight Loss. 3. It Is Good for Your Muscles and Bones. 4. It Can Increase Your Energy Levels.

5. Regular physical activity helps with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions affecting the joints. Doing 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity, if able, plus muscle-strengthening activity improves your ability to manage pain and do everyday tasks and improves quality of life. Build strong, healthy muscles.

Exercising raises your heart rate in order to quickly push blood and oxygen to the muscles. If you train for endurance events often, your resting heart rate may get lower, says Herrera, as your. So while weight loss and muscle tone may be your initial motivation, continuing a regular exercise and overall healthy lifestyle routine is vital to maintain the improvements you gain. Lie on your right side with your left leg and foot stacked on top of your right leg and foot. Prop your upper body up by placing your right forearm on.

Having a lower blood pressure can reduce your risk for stroke or heart disease, and that’s why experts recommend regular exercise to improve heart health. 4. Morning exercise. When you do cardiovascular exercise regularly, it decreases your blood pressure and your resting heart rate. This means your heart doesn’t have to work as hard all of the time. This is good for your entire body.

Learn what “regular” cardio exercise is and how it. Without regular activity, your body slowly loses its strength, stamina and ability to function properly. It’s like the old saying: you don’t stop moving from growing old, you grow old from stopping moving. Exercise increases muscle strength, which in turn increases your ability to do other physical activities.

It helps keep the doctor away. Your body starts hunting for invaders the moment you start exercising. Research shows that regular exercise can boost your immune system and make your body more resilient long-term.

Here, experts explain how to reap the benefits.

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Exercise changes metabolism not only in the active muscles but also in other organs and tissues (such as the liver, adipose tissue, and heart).

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Blood flow is redistributed during exercise from inactive or low-activity tissues of the body like the liver and kidneys to meet the increased metabolic needs of exercising muscles.

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If you repeat the exercise regularly (e.g., every other day), your body begins to adapt to the overload imposed by the exercise.

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Exercise Strenuous exercise, including marathon running and high intensity weight lifting, can cause skeletal muscle breakdown leading to “exertional rhabdomyolysis” [12].

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During heavy exercise, two-thirds of your blood flow goes to your skeletal muscles through a shift in blood flow away from your kidneys and digestive organs.

“Introduction to Kinesiology: Studying Physical Activity” by Shirl J. Hoffman, Duane V. Knudson
from Introduction to Kinesiology: Studying Physical Activity
by Shirl J. Hoffman, Duane V. Knudson
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2018

For consumption of oxygen to increase during exercise, it is essential that cardiac output not only increase, but that blood flow is preferentially shunted to the exercising muscles (Fig. 20-5). at peak exercise, blood flow to exercising muscle may be 80% or more of the total cardiac output.

“Paediatric Cardiology” by Robert H. Anderson, Edward J. Baker, Andrew Redington, Michael L. Rigby, Daniel Penny, Gil Wernovsky
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That exercise restores the muscle because what you’re doing is bringing oxygen into the area, or undertraining the muscle.

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Exercise (physical activity) is defined as bodily movement produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle that substantially increases energy expenditure.

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It oppedrs thof eccentric exercise induces infommotion within domdged skeletol muscle, cousing infommotory cells to migrote from the blood into the injured ored; this is d normol response to injury or infidmmotion in Gny port of the body.

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Human Kinetics, 2005

Exercise also decreases blood flow to the gastrointestinal tract as blood is shunted to the heart, lungs, and muscles, to deliver more oxygen to those tissues that need it during exercise.

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by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D.
SAGE Publications, 2010

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  • Actually I love training/workout but sometimes i can get to carried away so when i wake up my back and arms hurt af and sometimes my heart just hurt hurt

  • What happens when i work out for 30 mins. A day. Hmmm lets see i start soring up in d legs. And than i crawl around d house whieping in pain lol

  • Like I’m 16 and I’ve been doing cardio and some weight lifting exercises like everyday I take like 1-2 rest day every week is this good???

  • I cured my chronic anxiety through exercise.

    I used to have 1-2 panic attacks daily (15-30 min each) they were agonizing. But when I started running 1-3 miles a day, 5 times a week, my anxiety was reduced by 95%. I havent had a panic attack in almost a year. Also eating healthy and reading will boost this further.

  • But what about professional athletes?

    I’d imagine they have many light workouts, with only a few intense ones during the week, but still it’s not like they can only do 10 hours of exercise a week only; maybe their bodies are used to it

  • this is actually more than I thought it would be more interesting, didn’t think exercise would be this important. I knew it was this changes the entire way I think about it.

  • I’ve never embrace the fat acceptance movement, and am well aware that cyclists are said to be the most fit people in the world and over exercise. They have been found to live 17 years longer on average than the average person.

  • I do workouts everyday maybe for 2 hours in total �� I feel like that isn’t enough, I mostly do workouts that tone my body tho not like 2 hours of cardio lol

  • If you want to lose weight exercising it must be heavy, with a reduction in daily calorie intake.
    I tried moderate walking 2 miles a day and found it didn’t do much to help me lose. Then I started mowing my 1 acre yard with a gas push mower and started to see better results

  • I’m 22 and I started working out at 18 I feel energetic every day.
    Every word in this video was so true for me. I love my work out and I love my shape of the body it’s super comfy for my partner ��

  • So after 6 months your hard work will start to show? What about for mental health? I’ve been working out for the past 6 months and I have yet to feel good, in fact quite the opposite. I’ve been eating healthy, I’ve been sleeping at the same time every night for 8-9 hrs. So what gives, can someone explain? Before anyone jumps in with their “expert” knowledge. I’ve been eating very healthy, and I’ve got the “looking good” aspect down, but it’s just my mental health which has deteriorated….So I’m starting to think that all this talk about it being some sort of “miracle” cure for depression is a lie.

  • This shit is no joke. I went through a period of exercise addiction that nearly put me in the hospital �� ��. Your body and brain clearly need rest to recuperate.

  • i am 63 years old and I have been lifting a 48kg barbell for 10 years now. I enjoy perfect health. Yes, weight lifting is indeed a panacea.

  • Getting kids off the bed and onto the sports pitch brings out a wide variety of mental, physical and social skills which will bring out best of
    them as they reach adulthood.

    Sports teaches us things which cannot be learnt through books like the courage, the confidence (in both win or loss),
    dedication towards goal, coordination, builds character and the most important one which is discipline.

  • Lol exercise should be your last resort to lose weight? Congratulations, because of that statement I don’t believe anything you said in this video.

  • There’s nothing wrong with having a weekly exercise workout routine, but I have found that women who exercise, jog, or workout a lot are bat-shit crazy. Most of them are extremely insecure and buy into how Industry and Society thinks they should look. So basically they worry more about how other people view them than how they view themselves. Most of them can’t keep a man in their lives and don’t understand why, and of course with women, it’s always the man’s fault. So guys, every morning when you go to work and see that good looking fit woman with the nice ass jogging around the block and when you come home after work and see her again jogging around the block and you’re thinking, “Damn, I’d like to get a taste of that”, first, stop thinking with your dick, second, ask yourself “Why is she always out jogging”? The answer, she’s Bat-Shit Crazy, that’s why.

  • This video is so misleading. The video trying to talk about for example long distance runners, running but only eating a carrots. Not healthy
    Or people who eat lettuce and no carbs or or fats and work at the gym for 2 or 5.

    You don’t have the right fuel to Survive Your Body will adapt and take anything to keep on going and survive

    Stay healthy eat right train right

  • God sucks so much
    Anything too much is bad as nothing
    He ain’t smart enough to even think of this shit.

    Too much exercise can cause death
    No exercise can cause death

    Too much water cause death
    No water you die

    Too much food you die
    No food you die

    Too big in height you die
    Too little you don’t most times, but sucks to be small

    Too little bodyfat you die
    Too much bodyfat you die

    Too much sleep you die
    No sleep you die

    Too much muscles you die
    No muscles you don’t die but look unattractive in appearance

    Too hot you die
    Too cold you die

    Too much in the sun you die
    No time in the sun you can die? My guess is yeah

    Too much air you die
    No air you die

    Too much Money you die from cops
    No money you die from anything such as no food or water or extreme weather.

    Too much sex you die
    No sex you die feeling ashamed or disappointed.

    Too much strength you lose muscles and strength overtime
    No workout you don’t gain muscles or strength

    Too much job you can die from stress
    No job you die from lack of food or weather or no water or anything that requires money, except nasty food and eating anything to survive.

    Too much veggies you can die? Probably not
    No veggies you’re unhealthier than those who do eat them.

  • I have to try to reduce by half my 2 HRs daily workouts seriously to stop the lower back pain from core and ab workouts I will rather eat less workout less and have half the pain as well.

  • Think about it, u prolly been going to school since u were in kindergarten, then u had work and take care of yourself since then, even if u live with your parents that can be stressful,, that shit fucks with your mental, u need a break, I could easily be mean about this but you caught me in a ok mood today so

  • I lost my period from over excercising. I haven’t gotten it for 5 months. Today it really hit me that I need to make a change, so now I will be excercising less and not being so intense on myself.

  • I used to workout daily but I’ve stopped it just a few days ago when I get sick but hopefully I will resume on working out when I feel better.

  • All of this is true. I’m only 25 and extreme exercise has destroyed my health. I was powerlifting and then i jumped into heavy resistance training now I have so many health complications. Please anyone who even thinks they are excercising way too much. Please stop. Get help.

  • Major American population is on oral prescription with highest % of obese population. Most unhealthy developed nation on this planet.

  • thank you for the book recommendation, I am writing my dissertation about addiction problems and I wanna connect exercising to this problem as it is a huge solution. I knew it, it was so much more about than weight loss

  • Used to workout 5-6 times a week, now down to 3 times a week (1.30 hour) + 1 30-45min session at home. I don’t even control my diet anymore not surprised if bodyfat % goes up! lol

  • i cycled so hard. i miss being my old self. i never got tired those days. like i could work drywall for 12 hours and then go and cycle 50km. now i get tired when getting out of bed:(

  • i thought that i am smart.
    My life is like when you wait for your favourite person to call or message you but you wait 10 hours and pass the training time
    In 5 words i could say: “My life is a joke”

  • I jogging training for 40 minutes at 6 km every three days.too much exercise is not good. But I get a balance of exercise not over exercise. But it helps my heart and blood circulation and weight.

  • Is masturbation considered exercise? I’m not trying to be crude, just genuinely curious. I mean, I know what I’d rather do for 5-10 minutes before studying besides going for a jog if it’ll do the trick…

  • I have a problem oml
    I workout for two hours a week, I can’t take breaks or else I’ll have an anxiety attack, I lower my calories (maybe a bit too much, and from that I have a slight fear of food now), It’s a really bad habit:/

    Thanks for posting this though! It made me realize that i have a serious problem and that I need to take action. I’ll try and lower my exercise routines

  • I can personally attest to the impact of exercise on my mental state. I’ve always been prone to anxiety and I was diagnosed with ADD as a kid. It wasn’t until my early 20s that I realized the link between how much I exercised and how good I felt and how well I did in school (I was in university). When I started going to the gym and doing a few swims a week, jogging and some weight training my life-long issue with generalized anxiety almost completely disappeared and I felt way smarter. I could focus on reading a lot longer and felt a lot more motivation. Fast forward a few years and I got too busy to keep up with my gym routine. It’s been about a year now and I’m back to where I was. Anxious a lot of the time, super ADD and lacking focus. So tonight I’m going out for a run to get back into a routine.

  • Hi, i try to reach in twitter but i found you closed the DM.. anyway ��.. before a year and a half i think. i liked your video and translated it to my language but i was new at the translate in youtube so didn’t know why my translation didn’t show up… and i came back now to ask you to give the permission to my translation plz.. i really wish to share its benfit with my people ❤️


    During training 0:54

    Just after training 2:04

    After a few weeks of regular training 3:49

    After a few months of regular training 4:53

    After a few years of regular training 6:11

  • For the person that need to read this, GET UP & get it done! How badly do you want it? I would like to start sharing my WeightLossJourney on my channel, subscribe to see me drop lbs ���� Lets motivate each other together!! You can do it!

  • I have been doing 2 hours a day for three weeks am i doing to much?? One hour HIIT one hour aerobic workout. And haven’t seen result.

  • i actually kind of like having sore muscles the day after, not because it feels good, but because i know that i worked hard and i’m making progress

  • The cool thing about exercising is that you can customize it to your life and what you like. I like to take walks and dance and stretch, getting more into Yoga and some meditation too. It can be easy to overdo it the first time, but do what is healthy and keep it up. It won’t be a chore if you like what you do… and it truly does help with depression and anxiety if you keep it up. Good luck! ��

  • You see results faster than six months if you are consistent.. you can see muscles definition within the first two weeks. At least in my experience..

  • YouTube tracked me searching for a workout video and then recommended me this. I have started to excercise a bit more in past 2-3 weeks, and wanted to do something more exhaustive. Now YouTube is telling me the long term benefits. I think I’ll have to grow out of my low self confident self and go for runs despite being visibly overweight and having a funny looking running gait, after the pandemic is over, ofcourse:D

  • Just did a two our workout… Had a shower…. Lying on bed and suddenly found this vid…i feel so great now… The sore muscles makes me feel great

  • As a European with a different health care system I am always surprised when the money factor is mentioned because I just can’t relate spending so much money on just going to the doctor/dentist what so ever it blows my mind every time

  • I’ve literally never gotten the workout high that everyone else seems to get from running/weightlifting. Those always seemed like a chore to me.

    Now I do dance fitness cuz I always have fun & sweat like crazy when I’m doing it ✌️

  • A more recent, more comprehensive study contradicts this. Humans are built for incredible physical punishment, it’s in our genes.

  • On the news, they just announced that too much exercise can negatively effect your brain, der… Who doesn’t know people who over exercise, but theIr IQ dropped sharply after a period of time. Apparently they needed a grant to figure that one out, hilarious.

  • Thumbnail is misleading, sleep is 100000000 times more important than exercise. Why? Imagine not sleeping for 2 weeks, 99.9999% of the time you’d be dead. If you don’t exercise for two weeks, it doesn’t really affect you…. I love your channel but please don’t make clickbait thumbnails.

  • I lost 6 stone just going weight training 6 times a week so does lose weight and you burn calories 42 hours after weight training

  • Agreed exercise is a small contributor to weight loss. For example I have to run 5 miles to burn 500 calories, but I can eat 500 calories in 5 minutes. But, regular exercise seems to cause one to crave healthier foods, whereas sedentary lifestyle causes anxiety, overeating, and eating too much junk food. Without exercise the body gets confused. Hard physical work is a part of our evolution. It’s only in the last 100 years that we are able to survive without hard physical work thanks to motorized machines. The challenge now is to find an exercise program that is enjoyable enough to be sustainable. Walking and bike riding are great, but more is needed by way of goal setting. Try exercises that require occasional social interaction, like participation in challenging events. Learn several exercise forms that suit the seasons of the year to avoid psychological burnout.

  • just dont live a completely sedentary life, meditate, and have a healthy af diet, just dont beat ur dick every day lol, and read novels

  • i don’t know how to start, I work a sedentary job, overnights, have knee issues, in pain any time i’m not sitting down. so this all sounds well and good but what does one do if they are physically not able?

  • It is definitely important to consider the holistic effects of exercise. It’s not just about looking good, it’s also about feeling good! It also helps develop virtues: you really have to push forward through difficulty, becoming a better person in the process!

  • I try to jump rope everyday for 30 min using the 1 lbs rope from crossrope. What do you think the benefits will be after a while?

  • 2:15 i know for weight lifting ur testosterone definitly goes up but u can lose ur sex drive cause all that tes is getting all used up

  • I’m 17 and I push myself to the limit every day. Working out is my outlet. I’m young and I have a strong heart & lungs. Do I even have limits?

  • Am I the only one who watch this vid not bcs of school? I really love working out and want to know the benefits to motivate myself to do more

  • I suggest to most people to keep a balanced diet -drink water before and after exercising and if you go to the gym hit the gym at least 4 to 3 times a week and at least workout for 1 hour

  • That’s weird when I first started working out I never got sore but I always did a lot of stretching before I started! I always did 5 to 10 minutes of stretching before and after!

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  • What if you train 6 days a week 80minutes or more a day weight training, running and boxing but also have a bad diet due to munchies every night..still work?

  • Cool video, its so true. If you can motivate yourself to exercise in the first place your in for a great time. Forget the pills that doctors dish out, your body can survive and become even stronger without them.

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to learn about hip flexor pain exercises try Nevolly Hip Relief Nerd (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my partner got cool success with it.

  • I hate intense exercise, but I do very intense cardio and weights nearly everyday purely because of that sore dead feeling afterwards, feels so rewarding:)

  • Exercise and health

  • Amazing. Losing weight just by exercising has never been easier! But once I decided to start with my powerful and favorite drink before my exercise routine, everything changed!

  • I exercise at home. With youtube’s help. And exercising makes me happy. Motivation are thoughts like “this workout is interesting. Can I make it?”

  • Exercise is Good to our body me at mt age I exercise everyday to make me strong & healthy,I enjoy walkibg judging biking.thanks for sharing this video.

  • Doc, does deep breathing exercises (inhale to count of 4, hold for count of 4, exhale aggressively count of 7), such as “swimmer’s breath,” help mitigate against pneumonia later such as with Covid-19?

  • I’ve noticed you referred to exercise as running. Does weight training helps release more of the three neurotransmitters and improves the learning capacity?

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  • Getting kids off the bed and onto the sports pitch brings out a wide variety of mental, physical and social skills which will bring out best of
    them as they reach adulthood.

    Sports teaches us things which cannot be learnt through books like the courage, the confidence (in both win or loss),
    dedication towards goal, coordination, builds character and the most important one which is discipline.

  • Exercise provides so many wonderful benefits for our hearts. To learn more about the importance of regular exercise and how it can help reverse your heart’s aging process, this article is helpful:

  • I think finding something you like is important and helps that whole “exercise regularly “ part and a good podcast to help cut through all the fluff is Lean & Slim

  • Great video showing the benefit of exercise from a mental perspective. So many focus on the physical but there are so many greater benefits to your mental health ✌️

  • Longtime sufferer of depression. Running helps me so much. The worst thing for me is I already know the info that’s in this vid so when I stop running on a regular basis it’s a double whammy because I also suffer extreme guilt along with the funk and rut I’m stuck in. It’s like there’s a voice in my head telling me not to run and just drink more alcohol to relieve my stress, depression and anxiety which of course only makes it worse. A vicious cycle that ruins a life and it’s so hard to maintain that healthy routine when hardly anybody around me even thinks about running. Ugh. Just bought a $175 pair of Hokas to give me some incentive lol. Wish me luck.

  • So, when we feel the pain after we just started the exercise, do we have to stop for a while or we can still proceed while ignoring the pain?

  • Wouldn’t the immune system adapt over time though? Of course if you take someone who isn’t use to working out hard and then they workout hard then they will suppress it. But over the years you would think that your body would adapt and set a new “normal point” of whats intense and what isn’t intense.


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  • Why are you telling your viewers that exercise doesn’t help with weight loss? Somehow you know something more than years of science and research? How about boosting your metabolism for a start? And I guess the calories you burn don’t help either, right? Or the muscle you develop also increasing your metabolism. Come on. But the rest of the video was good.

  • For most people exercise is all about weight-loss, and if you don’t need to worry about losing weight then exercising can seem redundant and unnecessarily arduous.

    But humans were made to move, be active and expend energy by design. Without doing so we erode our “human-ness” a little.

    Without adequate physical exertion our bodies don’t develop properly and cease to operate optimally, gradually creeping closer to dysfunction at an increasingly younger age in almost every biological system: musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, reproductive, digestive and metabolic. Even organs such as the brain, lungs, heart, pancreas and uterus are dependant on exercise to maintain their optimal function.

    Exercise isn’t something that’s merely possible for humans to do; it’s something that’s inherent and essential to being wholly human in the most complete sense.

    We have to make an effort to re-learn about our need for exercise and the harms of our sedentary lifestyle in order to shift our cultural paradigm for the better.

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  • Anyone out there who is feeling depression and anxiety, hang in there you are doing better than you think. Times will get better!.. from someone who has went through severe anxiety and panic attacks exercise has helped me along with anti-depressants. Don’t give up!

  • I tried 6hours of heavy lifting yesterday for almost 7hours and lifted 25-27 kilos sacks of rice and carried it through ricefield pathways,im just 17 ;<;)Edited:im 17 actually, sorry

  • BS. Anything in life that feels or taste good comes with the message its not good for you. Just live, and do what feels right to you, workout, drink, cheat meal once a week, and remember you can follow all these rules and get hit by a bus, get murdered, or die in a fire, anything can happen. I would rather die doing what I love, then live doing what I hate. Make your own choice.

  • hey can i ask you if you’re malaysian? because i need to find a video on the benefits of exercise but i can only refer a video made by malaysian.

  • Guys, no joke, ever since I stopped eating oatmeal with peanut butter for breakfast (pure carbs and some nut protein) and started to eat eggs instead, I’ve noticed that I think more clearly and remember things better. I believe it’s because of the omegas in egg yolks. 2-3 eggs every single morning for breakfast along with a peanut butter coated banana and a small bowl of oatmeal (like three TbS of oat bran in hot water. Not much). Brain food, y’all!

  • There’s nothing wrong with working out intensely everyday if you want however if you do be sure you’re eating enough that’s where a lot of people make mistakes even if you’re trying to lose weight you got to have calories to burn or your body literally starts eating itself so just be smart if you’re constantly fatigued just eat more but choose healthier foods

  • who else is here because while your toe was in your coffee mug u were whatching the bottle cap on you table and the bottle cap said yUo SHOUlD whatCH thiS vIDEo It wiLL Help u

  • I’m already addicted to working out & it’s only day 7 since our LOCKDOWN in New Zealand. This quarantine got me motivated since I can’t be out eating at takeaway stores ��

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  • I started my weight loss journey about a year ago everything went great until I got into a car accident I had to wear a leg cast and couldn’t exercise so of course I gained weight as soon as the cast was taken off I started exercising like crazy
    I’ve been restricting my food intake and I can’t focus if I miss a workout
    Today was supposed to be fun because it’s Christmas but instead of enjoying this time of the year I went upstairs at 11:40 pm and exercise till 2:02 am
    I feel great after exercising and that’s why I don’t want to seek help because exercising makes me feel so good but when I’m not exercising I feel terrible so I exercise more and more I can’t stop I feel out off control..

  • But if you are too stressed your heart rate will be too high and exercise can become dangerous for the heart. This has happened to me so I know first hand.

  • Soooo. Because I exercise regularly my long time depression should be cured??? ��
    Please! It helps curb it a little but it doesn’t cure it.
    I have exercised regularly most of my life and for as long as I have known, I have always battled with depression. Don’t be getting people’s hopes up by saying ‘exercise curses depression.’ Unless you mean a depression that is not chronic or simply a genetic thing. (Everyone in my family struggles with it).
    But thank you for the video.

  • I disagree with you because diabetes is the number one killer especially in the United States. Exercise is important even though there is a lot of people who thinks they are healthy or look thin. Instead they do not see exercise as being a priority because it is not important to them.

    Exercise has a lot more benefits than you think.

  • I think it’s absolutely necessary to train both, body and mind. Not only because it´s healthier, but because it´s fun to be stronger and smarter than other people. Maybe my small website could also be useful:

  • Exercise is my drug I absolutely love it I’m literally destroying my joints daily lifting weights but I can’t help it, adrenaline is king

  • i like my brain to look like a brainy. better stop sleeping and start working out. dont have time to watch this video, but like the pic. thanks

  • well i have been working out 3 hours a day every day for the past 2 weeks after having a long break of no excersize and now im getting that urge to go running and lift weights but im really sore so i dont want over do it and hurt myself but im getting really anxious because i wanna do something

  • Because of the last year schedule, I have gotten lazy. I need to start exercising again. However, I do cycling at least two times a week (40 km in total minimum)

  • I was being too tired at first but after learning proper breathing and posture in exercise my mind always tell me to run or go to gym. My mood has changed drastically like I feel more active and positive at all time.

  • so that explains why modern humans brain shrinks and prone to depression compare to ancient human thats more active yet less stress

  • I don’t think that everything I knew about workout before was wrong, but this was certainly informative and just motivated me to do some push-ups.

  • Why doesn’t this work for me? I used to work out everyday for more than 2hrs but after that I just feel so exhausted I couldn’t do anything.

  • My New Year’s resolution was to get more exercise so I started to do a brisk walk everyday and now I’m up to 5-6 miles a day. I listen to music while I walk and I use a fitbit to track steps, distance and my heart rate. I’m so used to doing it now that I’ve started to look forward to it and it takes me about 90-minutes. I’m noticing my heart rate goes up quickly during the walk and seems to stay quite a bit higher than my resting heart rate for most of the day.

  • I have knock knees I’m fed up of it, I wish to become a kpop idol, I have a good height, lil bit of Korean eyes but because of the knock knees I can’t I’m always pointed as a worst so because of knock knees I can’t be a kpop idol ������. Can exercise make my legs straight & good???

  • I work out almost every day. I don’t feel right if I miss one. It’s just a lifestyle for me. I vary the workouts among strength training, cardio, and boxing/kickboxing. On an easy day, such as today, I will use the elliptical machine.

  • I was exercising one hour every day, and after a week I’m like why tf am I so tired and depressed. And also cutting my calories even tho i was brurning 500 calories from the exercise itself. I was undertaking calories by 500-900. So my parents took me to the doctor and told me that only do 30 mins of moderate level exercising with 2 rest days like the weekends and he said as long as your eating nutrient-rich calories (which i was) and getting moderate exercise. You will not gain fat and you will be on the right track for the rest of ur life. So take away is that only do moderate exercise and don’t cut down on calories if you already eat healthy, which most people who exercise do. Only cut down the bad calories in your diet and then replace them with good calories. Also don’t overdo your calorie intake!!!!!!! BALANCE IS KEY!

  • Well I planned to run a mile after I get dressed eat breakfast and stretch of course I always walk or jog btw if I continue who knows i may wake up faster!!!! ��������im down for that��

  • I have to because I binge eat whenever I diet I my body demands 2400-3000 calories and the only way to correct it is burning a thousand calories a day. Honestly I feel fine.

  • 1:40 my sons made me replay this over again saying again, again, again!!

    2:14 as well… I’m trying to put them to sleep, they’re giggling.

  • I like swinging do it so much now qith the lockdown i cant do it i feel lile im dying im so stressed and sad all the time the while urge to just ho and do it hurts

  • I’m rather overtrained (<1% of the people) than overworked (>75% of the people)
    I would rather be doing too much exercises (<1% of the people) than watching TV or sitting down on my ass (90> % of the people).
    But guess what? I’m not overtrained, not overworked, I’m not doing too much exercises but I still enjoy to relax everyday!

  • I train extremely hard everyday 5 times a week for more then 2 hours a day. I also played for a power 5 D1 football program. Get to work and stop making excuses this is the mindset that wont get you where you want to be.

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  • Physical exercise can strengthen the cardiac muscle that surrounds your heart development more blood cells which improves the ability to bring air into your lungs it can also reduce the chance of type two diabetes reduce risk of metabolic syndrome

  • I believe it. When I was on a good workout regime 5x a week I have never felt so better and laxed then when I don’t work out. It is definitely a big shift mentally and physically.